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Longton designed by Longton

Logo and black block foil business card design by Longton

Longton is a Melbourne-based multidisciplinary design studio, established in 2012 by Michael Longton, that offers its clients holistic design solutions built on Michael’s past experience—under his previous agency And—with large, international businesses such Sony Music, Billabong, Stussy and Warner Music.

The studio’s brand identity—an unusual, modernistic arrangement of neutral sans-serif characters, recurring circular forms and a single consistent line weight forming a logo—has a reductionist quality with the underlying qualities of a logic game or mind map. Its expanded letter-forms –  isolated by generous spacing but collectively united by the container—establish a simple, proprietary value that perhaps reflects the arrangement or coming together of external sources—be that information or experience—into a single and cohesive resolution.

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Minke designed by Atipo

Logo and business card design by Atipo for Spanish production studio Minke

Minke is a Spanish print production studio that favours ‘analogue splendour’ over mass manufacture, providing its clients with a variety of small-scale, mechanical and handcrafted processes. Their visual identity, developed by multidisciplinary design studio Atipo, reflects these services, processes and philosophy through a union of traditional and contemporary detail that exists across type, colour, material texture, print finish, pattern and die cut elements.

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Massproductions by Britton Britton

Logo for Stockholm-based furniture company Massproductions designed by Britton Britton

Massproductions is a Stockholm-based furniture company – established in 2009 by designers Chris Martin and Magnus Elebäck – that develops ”high quality, tactile furniture in a modernist spirit’. The firm’s visual identity, developed by creative branding and communication agency Britton Britton, neatly mixes a structural, typographical authority with craft textures and confidently appropriates an upholstered colour palette of the past.

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